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Manifestation
Troisième forum européen des neurosciences Paris. Palais des Congrès 13 au 17 juillet 2002

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Organisé par la Fédération des Sociétés Européennes de Neurosciences (FENS) http://www.fens.org/ et la société française des Neurosciences http://www.neurosciences.asso.fr/

Le Forum Européen des neurosciences se tient tous les deux ans. Après Berlin en 1998 et Brighton en 2000, c'est à Paris que se déroule la 3e édition de cette manifestation. Elle est soutenue par l'Inserm et le CNRS, acteurs essentiels de la recherche dans ce domaine, au plan national comme international.


Page d'accueil  http://fens2002.bordeaux.inserm.fr/
Programme des journée, abstracts   http://fens2002.bordeaux.inserm.fr/pages/program.html

Saturday, July 13 - Presidential lecture
16:30-17:30 R. Kandel (USA): Genes, synapses and long-term memory

Sunday, July 14
08:15-09:15 A.L. Benabid (FR): Chronic stimulation of the human brain
17:30-18:30 T.C. Südhof (USA): The calcium triggering machinery for neurotransmitter release

Monday, July 15
08:15-09:15 P. Somogyi (UK): Synaptic and molecular compartmentalisation of the neuronal surface in the cerebral cortex
17:30-18:30 F.H. Gage (USA): Regulation of functional neurogenesis in the adult brain

Tuesday, July 16
08:15-09:15 Boehringer Ingelheim - FENS Research Award: Attributed to S. Dehaene (France): Visual masking and consciousness: Investigations with functional imaging.
17:30-18:30 L.G. Ungerleider (USA): Mechanisms of visual attention in the human brain

Wednesday, July 17
08:15-09:15 A. Aguzzi (CH): Molecular biology of prion diseases
Wednesday, July 17- Presidential lecture
13:00-14:00 T.W. Robbins (UK): Neuromodulation of cognitive function: neuropsychiatric implications

Special lectures

Sunday, July 14
13:00-14:00 Human Frontier Science Program Lecture:
M.M. Poo (USA): Electrical activity and development of neural circuits

13:00-14:00
Fondation IPSEN - Neuronal Plasticity Prize:
A. Galaburda (USA): Developmental dyslexia: a case of maladaptive neural plasticity
J. Morton (UK): Modelling cause in theories of developmental disorders
E. Spelke (USA): Core knowledge

Monday, July 15
13:00–14:00 Alfred Fessard Lecture:
J.M. Besson (France): The pharmacology of pain: basic research is flourishing but clinical implications are still limited

Tuesday, July 16
13:00–14:00
Dargut and Milena Kemali Prize for Research in Basic and Clinical Neuroscience:
D. Piomelli (USA) : The endogenous cannabinoids: lipid regulators of neurotransmission

13:00-14:00
European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS):
E. Gould (USA) : Neurogenesis in the adult mammalian brain

Symposia

Sunday, July 14
09:30-11:00 Presynaptic signals modulating transmission at central synapses - Functional imaging in chemical senses - Hippocampal function and its relation to movement - Processing of acoustical signals in the auditory cortex and subcortical auditory nuclei - Molecular mechanisms underlying the patterning of sensory projections - Plasticity of the maternal brain - Excitotoxicity in neurodegenerative diseases - Special symposium: New insights in the reward systems

14:00-15:30 Neurobiology of Parkinson's disease - Chemical basis of axonal regeneration - Signal integration in visual cortex - G-protein-independent signalling of seven transmembrane neurotransmitter receptors - Gap junctions in the nervous system: from molecules to function -The prefrontal cortex: from synaptic plasticity to cognitive functions - Contributions of knockout technology to drug abuse research - Special symposium: Contribution of saccadic eye movements to sensory motor coordination

Monday, July 15

9:30-11:00 - Psychiatric genetics in the postgenomic world - Dendritic coincidence detection - Cerebellar plasticity in motor learning - Neuronal migration disorders - Molecular regulation of inner ear development - Neuronal rhythmogenesis: from synapse to behaviour - Comparative brain mechanisms for spatial orientation and navigation - Special symposium: Animal models of Parkinson's disease and possible therapeutical targets

14:00-15:30 - The functional significance of cortical reorganization - Structure, molecular assembly and function of the active zone in neurotransmitter release - Transcriptional regulation of mammalian neuronal phenotype - A role for neurotransmission in brain development - Calcium-activated potassium channels: molecular basis of signal processing in neurons - Specification of neuronal identity - Looking at sleep mechanisms from a metabolic viewpoint - 2 Neurogenesis and hippocampal remodelling

Tuesday, July 16

09:30-11:00 - Neuron-glia circuitry: from physiological to pathological function - Hypocretins/orexins: food, mood and sleep - The unusual behaviour of proinflammatory mediators in the central nervous system - Pathophysiological role of adenosine in central nervous system functions - Developmental template of GABAergic synapses and interneurones - Neural substrates of eye-hand coordination - On the path of semaphorin signalling and how cells find the good way 0 Special symposium: Animal models of psychiatric diseases

14:00-15:30 New insights in metabotropic glutamate receptors function: behavioural evidence - The stressed brain - Top-down processes in spatial orientation and navigation - Absence seizures: genes, transmitters and thalamocortical networks - Gene control of plasticity and learning - Relapse to drug seeking: precipitating factors and neural mechanisms - Extracellular matrix – role in signal transmission, plasticity and regeneration - Special symposium: Neurotrophin regulation of synaptic transmission

Wednesday, July 17

09:30-11:00 - Neuronal signalling via ATP and other nucleotides - Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors: modulators or mediators of brain activity? - Hippocampal memory networks - between behaviour and molecules - Repair mechanisms in multiple sclerosis - Physiological and pathological proteolysis in the nervous system - Transgenic models for the study of neuronal plasticity, learning and memory - The membrane dynamics of inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmitter receptors - Activity-dependent control of development and plasticity in the visual system


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